Hey Everyone, This just happened to me this morning: I was using Boot Camp last night and turned off the computer as I ususally do (no problems or anything). This morning I went to on my computer (I typically use the Macbook Pro lid closed and connected to an external monitor) and there was no image, so I thought it must be a problem with the external monitor connection. I opened the lid, redid the DVI connection and rebooted the computer, but then I saw that there was no image coming through the internal display either (I get the start up chime and hear hard disk activity but the screen remains blank and I can even change the volume). Here is the link to the Apple Discussion thread where I looked for answers previously and also posted my problem: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=1478474&tstart=0 I was surprised at the sheer number of other MBP users that were having the same problem. I figured that some of you guys might have had and/or solved this same things, so I thought I would ask for your help I tried clemson47's solution (from the Apple Discussion thread) by connecting it to an old iBook and messing with the sleepimage file, but that didn't work, and I got the firmware upgrade long enough ago that that cannot be the problem. PRAM reset did nothing, I never changed the Apple RAM, so that's not the issue. It's just frustrating that it was working perfectly fine and then it now fails to boot up (I could almost understand if the screen went out while I was using the computer). I keep my MBP's internal fans at 4000 rpm and use an external laptop cooler. I could manage replacing the hard drive (yay for Time Machine), but this display issue really puts a damper on everything. I know about the Nvidia GPU issues, but it seems like a coincidence that that would happen to me days after Nvidia announced that they were having problems with old video cards (especially since they did not say which cards were affected). My one year warranty just expired a month ago, so I am really trying to find a solution that doesn't involve me spending two months of my student income. Is there any way to tell if it is a logic board problem or a display problem? And are there any other solutions that anyone has stumbled across? Thanks a ton.